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MOE o@ca.on.grey_county.owen_sound.the_sun_times 2006-09-18 published
ROUSE, Elgin Alexander
Peacefully surrounded by his family, at the Grey Bruce Health Services in Owen Sound, on Sunday morning, September 17th, 2006. Elgin Alexander ROUSE, of R.R.#2, Owen Sound, at the age of 69. Dearly beloved husband of the late Jean ROUSE (née WILSON.) Much loved son of Margaret ROUSE and the late Alexander ROUSE. Loving father of Susan ROURKE and her husband, Terry, Randy ROUSE and his wife, Bonnie, Stephen ROUSE and his wife, Peggy and Lori ROUSE, all of Owen Sound. Dear Pop of Craig and his fiancée, Sarah, Mike and Heather ROURKE; Terry JONES and his wife Melissa and their children, Seth and Conner, and Michelle JONES; James, Christina and her husband, Gavin, Scott and Brian ROUSE; Nolan, Robbie and Brandon MOE. Dear brother of Bill ROUSE and his wife, Kathy, of Collingwood, Shirley BLUHM, Elaine WEPPLER and Sally HARGEST and her husband, Herb, all of Owen Sound. Friends may call at the Brian E. Wood Funeral Home, 250 - 14th Street West, Owen Sound (519-376-7492) on Tuesday from 2: 00-4:00 and 7:00-9:00 p.m. A Funeral Service for Elgin ROUSE will be held in the Funeral Home Chapel on Wednesday, September 20th, 2006 at 11: 00 a.m. with Rev. Deborah MURRAY officiating. Interment in Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Georgian Bluffs. If so desired, the family would appreciate donations to the Kemble and District Lion's Club, the Victorian Order of Nurses or the charity of your choice as your expression of sympathy.

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MOE o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2006-07-17 published
MOE, Roy Ingram
By Glenda MacNAUGHTON; Avery HAINES, Page A14
Husband, father, grandfather, television pioneer. Born December 25, 1920 in Aylmer, Ontario Died April 17 at home in Gilford, Ontario, of natural causes, aged 85.
Roy Ingram MOE was born at Christmas, a nice little present for his folks. He was a gift that kept on giving, especially for his sister Barbara who came along 18 months later. Barbara calls Roy her hero, the one who didn't say much but who was always there when needed. Their childhood was marked by many ups and downs complicated by their mother's chronic illness. There were lots of moves. To Port Dover for fresher air. To Port Bruce -- and back to Aylmer.
When Roy and Barbara were teenagers, they moved to Galt. Roy soon settled into high-school and was becoming known for his talent at the arena, not for hockey -- but for dancing on roller skates. Roy was a regular Fred Astaire on wheels, tossing the girls up in the air and over his shoulder like a pro. Some Toronto scouts even asked him to perform in the big city.
Unfortunately, this did not prove to be Roy's ticket to the Sports Hall of Fame. But it did usher in a passion for mastering all kinds of sports throughout his life. Swimming, water skiing, sailing, golf, downhill and cross-country skiing. And, at the age of 78, he took up surfing (the Internet, that is).
Shortly after the start of the Second World War, Roy joined the air force. Five years of war service in England gave Roy an appreciation for lots of things: Teamwork, dedication, patience and just plain being alive. Roy always said he was glad he turned down the chance to be a tail-gunner and opted for the job of radar operator.
Back at home Roy worked for CHUM Radio and later the pioneer television station Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Toronto he also met and married Norene. They soon had a family of three and were living in the one of the first suburbs of Toronto, Don Mills.
By 1971, Roy was on his own again, he called on Lucille ESSAM. They married in October 1971 and Roy became Dad to a second family two teenagers, Doug and Lee and nine-year-old Steven.
Roy was handsome. His co-workers called him the Silver Bullet because of his trademark silver locks, which had appeared when he was in his late twenties.
Roy was proud to have done technical production in the early days of Canadian Broadcasting Corporation television. Everything was live, no retakes. Over the course of 25 years he did The Hit Parade, The Tommy Hunter Show, Royal visits, broadcasts of the Olympics, skating championships, the first live broadcast from the Arctic and Hockey Night in Canada with Foster Hewitt.
Retirement from the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation only lasted so long and he was lured back to the bright lights, this time at TVO. Finally retiring for good Roy used his spare time to travel, fix the house, build a garden and help Lucille look after her dad.
As Roy's eyesight diminished to almost zero, he learned to make the disability disappear. He sat at his computer and felt his way along the keyboard to keep in touch with the rest of the world. If he couldn't read the fine print, so what? The world still offered Benny Goodman's big-band sound. There were still people to love, dogs to pat, squirrels to feed, chocolates to eat and maybe even a trip to try on something new at Eddie Bauer. So much do, so little time.
Quiet fellows can sometimes be overlooked if they just quickly pass you by. But gems like Roy just grow on you. And in his case, familiarity breeds respect, admiration and love. Roy was a keeper weren't we lucky to have kept him for so many wonderful years?
Glenda is Roy's sister-in-law, Avery his daughter-in-law.

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MOE o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2006-12-12 published
MOE, Kenneth Earl - Estate of
Claims against the Estate of Kenneth Earl MOE, late of Toronto, who died May 13, 2006, must be in my hands by February 15, 2007, after which date the estate will be distributed.
Teresa Nadine MOE,
Estate Trustee
203 MacNab Street South
Hamilton, Ontario L8P 3C8
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MOE o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2006-12-19 published
MOE, Kenneth Earl - Estate of
Claims against the Estate of Kenneth Earl MOE, late of Toronto, who died May 13, 2006, must be in my hands by February 15, 2007, after which date the estate will be distributed.
Teresa Nadine MOE,
Estate Trustee
203 MacNab Street South
Hamilton, Ontario L8P 3C8
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MOE o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2006-04-18 published
MOE, Roy Ingram
(Veteran of World War 2, Technical Producer with Canadian Broadcasting Corporation for 28 years and television Ontario for 8 years)
Peacefully at his home in Gilford on Monday, April 17, 2006. Roy MOE, formerly of Toronto in his 86th year. Beloved husband of Lucille (MEMBERY.) Dear father of Susan MOORE, Leslie (Rick) DAVIES and Michelle BATTERS. Dear stepfather of Douglas (Laurie) ESSAM, Lee LEGG and Steven (Avery HAINES) ESSAM. Dear brother of Barbara SABILA. Dear brother-in-law of Glenda (late Joe) MacNAUGHTON and Edward (Patricia) MEMBERY. Also survived by many grandchildren and great-grandchildren. A private family service will be held. Donations to Southlake Regional Health Centre, Newmarket or to Gilford United Church would be appreciated. Arrangements entrusted to Skwarchuk Funeral Home, Bradford (1-800-209-4803).

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MOEDERZOON o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-09-26 published
RAUHE, Johanna "Jo" (née VAN DITMARSCH)
At Saint Thomas Elgin General Hospital on Sunday, September 24, 2006. Johanna "Jo" RAUHE of Aylmer in her 87th year. Beloved wife of the late Henry RAUHE Sr. (1987.) Dear mother of Cobie VANDERNBORRE (predeceased in 2000) and her husband Maurice of R.R.#2 Aylmer, Marge MOEDERZOON and husband John of Texas, Joan LALE and husband Terry of Aylmer and Butch RAUHE and wife Diane of Aylmer. Loving grandmother of Nils MOEDERZOON (Mary,) Eric MOEDERZOON (Missy), Hans MOEDERZOON (Tammy), Jennifer HOPPER (Trevor,) Duke LALE (Pam,) Kristy RAUHE (Chad,) Kelly RAUHE (Joel) and Jason RAUHE and Ingrid VANDENBORRE- COUTO (Lino). Sister of Ans VEEN of The Netherlands. Also survived by a number of great grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Born in Utretcht, The Netherlands on December 29, 1919 daughter of the late Johannes and Everdina Martina (VAN EKERIS) VAN DITMARSCH. Friends may call at the H.A. Kebbel Funeral Home, Aylmer on Tuesday 7-9 p.m. where the funeral service will be held at the funeral home on Wednesday, September 27, 2006 at 11: 00 a.m. Interment, Aylmer Cemetery. Father Gilbert SIMARD, officiating. Condolences at kebbelfuneralhome.com

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MOELLER o@ca.on.grey_county.artemesia.flesherton.the_flesherton_advance 2006-11-15 published
MOELLER, Jean
Suddenly on November 9, 2006, Jean MOELLER in her 82nd year, passed away at Grey-Bruce Health Services - Markdale, after suffering a massive stroke. A woman of great inner strength, who loved and was loved by her family, will be sorely missed. Jean leaves behind her six children, nine grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Jean joins her beloved husband and soul-mate Robert who passed away in 2001. Many thanks to Doctor WINFIELD and the hospital staff at Markdale.
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MOELLER o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-05-20 published
MOELLER, Louise
Gently left us and into the arms of her Lord May 16, 2006. Louise MOELLER (Kokley) born 1908 in Ehrang, Germany is at peace, reunited with her beloved husband Waldemar, who predeceased her in 1975. Also predeceased by her beloved grand_son Robert 1983. She is survived by her son Waldy (Terry), daughter Hilda (Emil), also saddened by her death are grandchildren Susan (Tim), Diane (Neil), James (Carolyn), Gary, Dwayne (Kerry), great grandchildren Kelly, Kevin, Shawn, Kyle, Kody, Jesse, Matthew, nieces and nephews. A mass of Christian Burial will be held on May 20, 2006 at 11: 30 a.m. at Saint Ann's Parish, Abbotsford. Interment in Noyan, Quebec will be at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to a charity of choice. Henderson's Funeral Home. 604-854-5534, Abbotsford, British Columbia. www.hendersonsabbotsfordfunerals.com

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MOELLER o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2006-07-07 published
GARNER, Seraphine " Sadie" Katherine (née MOELLER)
(February 8, 1916-July 6, 2006)
"Sadie, the Special Lady"
After a courageous battle with pancreatic cancer, she passed away peacefully in Saint Michael's Palliative Care with family by her side. Loving mother of Marilyn, Jim (and Marilyn), Bill and Carol. Private family interment to be held in Humboldt, Saskatchewan. Friends are welcome to attend a celebration of Sadie's life at 1463 Eglinton Avenue West on Saturday, July 22 from 3-5 p.m.
"Grace within all her steps, Heaven in her eyes. In every gesture, dignity and love."

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MOEN o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2006-06-17 published
MOEN, Ingar Olav
On Wednesday, June 14, 2006. Beloved partner of Martha. Devoted father of Martin Olav (Sookyung) and Kristian Olav (Eventhia). Precious son of Karen and loving brother of Astri. Proud grandpa to Peter and Alan. Ingar was recognized internationally as a research scientist. Born in Oppdal, Norway, he immigrated to Canada in his teens with his parents and sister and was educated at the University of British Columbia (B.Sc.), the University of Toronto (PhD) and the University of Cambridge (post-doctoral studies). Ingar's most recent position was Director, Science and Technology Policy at Defence Research and Development Canada. For his keen intellect and vision, his humanity and his joy of life, colleagues wanted to work with him, seek his council, or to simply be considered his friend. He has left an indelible mark on science and on all those who were privileged to know him. Friends may visit at the Central Chapel of Hulse, Playfair and McGarry, 315 McLeod Street, Ottawa on Sunday, June 18, 2006 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Terry Fox Foundation or a charity of your choice. Condolences/Donations/Tributes at www.mcgarryfamily.ca or 613-233-1143.

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MOEN o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2006-03-04 published
GRAHAM, Anne
Peacefully on Wednesday, March 1, 2006 at Bradford Valley Long Term Care, in her 91st year. Loving wife of the late William. Beloved mother of Marian MOEN (Jim,) Bill (Olga) and the late Margery GOMES. Anne will be sadly missed by son-in-law George GOMES, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, great-great-grandchildren, and all other relatives and Friends. Friends may call at Skwarchuk Funeral Home, 30 Simcoe Rd., Bradford for visitation on Sunday from 3-4 p.m. Funeral Mass will be held at the Holy Martyrs of Japan Church, 167 Essa Street, Bradford on Monday, March 6, 2006 at 10 a.m. Interment Saint John's Cemetery, Newmarket. Donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society.

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MOER o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2006-03-25 published
Kenneth MAXTED, Officer And Clergyman (1931-2006)
He was a soldier-turned-priest who brought a military bearing to the clergy, writes Sandra MARTIN. He loved ceremony and uniforms and, with a bristling moustache, always looked the part -- irrespective of vocation
By Sandra MARTIN, Page S11
There were uniforms, medals, honorary guards and the robust singing of hymns as the many parts of Rev. Ken MAXTED's life came together Thursday afternoon at Saint_James Cathedral. The church was packed for the service that Canon MAXTED had himself planned, even to the designation of who should give the homily. Don't talk about me, Canon MAXTED said in his written funeral instructions to Rev. Mark SARGENT, a Catholic priest: Preach the gospels.
A self-defined soldier-priest who served in Korea and then became an ordained Anglican priest, Canon MAXTED was a community activist, a traditionalist and a great burly fellow who loved a joke and knew how to tell a story. "There was never an atheist in a foxhole," said Charles SCOT- BROWN, a retired soldier and family friend, attributing Mr. MAXTED's dual vocation to his upbringing in a family that went to church and "believed in God and the King, and when the King blew the whistle you joined."
He loved ceremony and uniforms and he looked the part, standing 6 feet 5 inches, with flaming red hair, a bristling mustache and a booming voice. In the mid-1970s, in addition to his duties as a clergyman, a reservist and an elected school official, Canon MAXTED began working as a volunteer aide de camp for Ontario's Lieutenant-Governors. In the next 20 years, he served Pauline McGibbon, John Aird Black, Lincoln Alexander and Henry N.R. JACKMAN.
"Nobody stood as tall as he did in his scarlet uniform, with all the gold braid and piles of medals," said Mr. JACKMAN, remembering a time, in the early 1990s, when Bob Rae was premier of Ontario. Mr. Rae was explaining the parliamentary system to a group of schoolchildren and Canon MAXTED was standing to attention behind him, recalled Mr. JACKMAN. Afterward, one of the children was asked what he thought of the premier. "He looked magnificent, but he didn't say anything," the student said, complaining that "the little guy beside him did all the talking."
Major The Reverend Canon Kenneth MAXTED was born in Toronto, the elder of two children of Edward Kenneth (Ted) MAXTED (a professional soldier who had joined the Canadian army in 1921 at 12 as a bugle boy and retired 40 years later as a major) and his wife Mary Eileen Patricia HOWARD. Both sides of the family had served in the military going back at least three generations.
Canon MAXTED grew up in Toronto with his younger sister Patricia and attended Parkdale Collegiate. Too young to serve in the Second World War, he enlisted as a private in the Irish Regiment in 1948 when he was 17. "He was always an intense, energetic, mischievous kid," said Mr. SCOT- BROWN, who served with Canon MAXTED's father. "He could pull the craziest practical jokes, but his pranks never hurt anybody."
Canon MAXTED qualified as a reserve officer in 1951 and as an infantry officer in the regular forces the following year. A member of the now defunct Canadian Guards, he served in Germany with North Atlantic Treaty Organization Forces and in Korea with the United Nations forces in 1953 for a year-long tour of duty.
Before he returned to Canada, he gave a speech to the South Korean soldiers, deploring "the thousands of homeless and the hungry children begging for food" and the "rubble and shell-torn cities" and paying tribute to the people "of the Land of the Morning Calm" and their "never-failing determination to survive as a free and independent nation." In return, they gave him a South Korean flag. Forty years later, Mr. MAXTED gave the flag to his son Kevin to take back to South Korea when he taught English there for a year in 1996. The flag is now part of a display about the Korean War at the Royal Canadian Military Institute in Toronto.
Back in Canada, Canon MAXTED was stationed at Camp Ipperwash, about an hour's drive from London, Ontario One evening in September of 1954, he went to a dance at the London Arena. There he spotted a young Dutch immigrant named Hendrina VAN DER MOER. He asked her to dance and she accepted. Six months later, on St. Patrick's Day, he proposed. They were married on December 15, 1955, in a military wedding at Saint Paul's Cathedral in London. Three children followed: Pamela, Sean and Kevin.
Canon MAXTED, who had always been a devout Christian, decided to study for the ministry and enrolled in the Faculty of Theology at Huron College in the University of Western Ontario in 1960. "The military and the church were always entwined in him," said his wife, who was not surprised when her husband came home one day and said he wanted to leave the regular army and study theology.
One of his fellow students was retired Archbishop Terry FINLAY. "He used to lighten our studies by coming up with an occasional military term to keep our worship in order, but underneath all that, there was a strong commitment to the faith.
"As his archbishop, I found his approach much more conservative than mine, but we were able to work together," Archbishop FINLAY said, declining to elaborate on the specific issues, other than to confirm that Canon MAXTED was a traditionalist.
He was ordained as an Anglican deacon in 1963, and a priest in 1964. He served in a number of Toronto parishes as he climbed the ecclesiastical career ladder, including Saint Anne's, Saint_John's York Mills, St. Luke's in East York and historic Holy Trinity Church in the middle of downtown Toronto, adjacent to the Eaton Centre.
This appointment was controversial. Holy Trinity, one of the oldest surviving Anglican churches in Toronto, had a dwindling but radical congregation and was in danger of being overpowered by commercial development. The late Archbishop Lewis GARNSWORTHY decided to put himself in direct charge of the church in February of 1977. He appointed Canon MAXTED, who had served under him at Saint_John's York Mills, Vicar in May, 1977, in a move that many observers felt was autocratic and designed to make the church conform to traditional ideas of parish outreach. Five months later, Archbishop GARNSWORTHY issued a statement saying there were irregularities in the ministry, function, government and Anglican tradition at the church and announced he was setting up a commission to recommend corrective action.
Many parishioners were outraged, but Canon MAXTED proved an adept conciliator and "stabilized" the situation, according to Very Rev. Douglas STOUTE, dean of Saint_James Cathedral and one of the celebrants at Canon MAXTED's funeral. "He always had a military bearing and his immersion in military culture made him respect authority and hierarchy, but he never took it too seriously," said Dean STOUTE. " Behind his military facade, he was a gentle spirit and a man of great compassion. He had a huge sense of humour and was a wonderful raconteur."
A year later, he was named an honorary Canon of Saint_James Cathedral, an appointment that allowed a clever editor at The Globe and Mail to top a news story about a robbery at Holy Trinity in 1984 with the headline: "Canon weighs down thief." Apparently, Canon MAXTED had noticed a man grappling with a customer and an employee of the church's café and wrestled the suspect to the ground where he sat on him. "I'm a former infantry officer, so I knew what to do," the burly soldier-priest said. "I may be 52, but I'm still good for one round." After the thief was incarcerated, Canon MAXTED visited him in jail.
In addition to his duties to the Church (he was regional dean of Saint_James Deanery from 1980-1984 and chaplain of the Fort York Branch of the Royal Canadian Legion, the Royal Canadian Military Institute and 54 Division Toronto Police Services) and to the military, where he served in the reserves from 1960 to 1986, Canon MAXTED was a school board trustee in East York from 1974 to 1994 and chair of the East York Board of Education from 1986-92. He also acted in a senior capacity on a number of community organizations from the Metro Folk Arts Council to Toronto-Amsterdam Twin Cities Committee to the East York Cancer Society.
Speaking about Canon MAXTED's intense level of activity, his old friend Mr. SCOT- BROWN said this was typical of an infantry officer. "In the infantry, you were always taking care of your men. When something had to be done, you didn't look at it -- you fixed it. You got on with it."
Besides his service decorations, including the Order of Military Merit, he was awarded the Centennial Medal and the Queen Elizabeth Jubilee Medal. He was also an active member of the Royal Canadian Military Institute and an engaged and energetic family man, performing weddings and baptisms as his children grew and multiplied. And he started what many would consider a new career, as a member of three federal administrative tribunals, the Canadian Pension Commission, the Veterans Review and Appeal Board and the Canadian Forces Grievance Board.
About a year ago, he appeared to be suffering from laryngitis but it turned out to be non-Hodgkins lymphoma that had manifested itself in a tumour in his throat. He started chemotherapy last September, but his immune system couldn't stave off infections. "He liked to set goals," Ms. MAXTED said about her husband, mentioning that no matter how ill he was, he wanted to live long enough to celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary in December. Instead, she reminded him on St. Patrick's Day that he had made it to the 50th anniversary of their engagement. He died the next day.
Major the Rev. Canon Kenneth Edward MAXTED was born on June 23, 1931, in Toronto. He died of complications from cancer on March 18, 2006. He was 74. He is survived by his wife, Hendrina, his children Pamela, Sean and Kevin, two grandchildren, his sister and two nephews.

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MOERBEEK o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-04-06 published
FREEMAN, Elizabeth A. " Betty" (MOERBEEK)
At home, surrounded by her family, on Tuesday, April 4, 2006, Elizabeth A. "Betty" (MOERBEEK) FREEMAN in her 66th year. Beloved wife of Arthur FREEMAN. Cherished mother of Brenda DOTTERMAN of London. Loving grandmother of Rachel, Craig and Marcus. Sister of John MOERBEEK (Eileen) of Goderich. Also survived by a number of close aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews. Visitors will be received on Thursday from 2: 00-4:00 and 7:00-9:00 p.m. at the O'Neil Funeral Home, 350 William Street. The Funeral Mass will be celebrated in St. Patrick's Church, 1251 Dundas Street at Oakland, on Friday at 10: 00 a.m. Interment Saint Peter's Cemetery. Memorial donations may be made to the Charity of your choice.

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MOESKER o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-10-09 published
MOESKER, Luitje " Lloyd" Jan
Peacefully to be with his Lord at Woodstock General Hospital. Luitje " Lloyd" Jan MOESKER, on October 8th, 2006 in his 79th year. Survived by his loving wife Everdina "Dini" of 55 years. Loving father of Mark (wife Shirley), John (friend Brenda) and Ralph (wife Yvonne). Loving grandfather of sixteen grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Predeceased by an infant daughter, one brother and one sister. Also survived by a sister and two brothers. Visitation will take place at Calvary Pentecostal Church, 65 Landowne Avenue, Woodstock on Tuesday October 10, 2006 from 2 -4 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. where the funeral service will be held Wednesday October 11, 2006 at 11: 00 a.m. Interment in the Oxford Memorial Park Cemetery. Memorial donations to the John Knox Christian School, Woodstock would be gratefully acknowledged and may be arranged through the R.D. Longworth Funeral Home, Woodstock (519-539-0004). On-line condolences at www.longworthfuneralhome.com

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